Hotels in Norway
The chic cities of Bergen and Oslo offer a stunning portfolio of contemporary luxury hotels in Norway, all in unique locations around the cities. Amerikalinjen is in an exquisite spot to explore Oslo, built in 1919 the building was once the headquarters of the Norwegian American Line. The perfect base to start your trip before heading to a more remote luxury hideaway.
Whether it be a tempting mountain lodge with wood fired hot tubs, to snow and igloo hotels, there is an abundance of rustic boutique hideaways all offering limitless service and stunning locations. When in Aurlandsfjord, get back to total adventure by spending the night in one of the 29/2 Aurland Lavvu Tents after some husky sledding or Telemark skiing – back to basics but such fun. We loved our truly unique stay in a working Lighthouse on the remote, private island of Flatflesa, arrive by helicopter and sink into the hot tub with a view after a delicious fresh seafood lunch, we couldn’t ask for more!
Norway Hotel Ideas
Our specialists have traveled every inch of Norway and stayed in countless hotels so that we can recommend only the very best ones to match your preferences. Whether you want to stay at the hottest property in the area or are looking for somewhere with rustic charm, our handpicked selection of hotels has every angle covered.
We’ve found 11 holiday ideas for you
Norwegian Fjords, Norway
Best for: Adventure, Couples, Off the beaten track
Storfjord Hotel, with its panoramic views to the fjord and warm welcome is one of a kind in Norway. Its beautiful décor with sheepskins, tweeds and rough wood, and antiques and knickknacks dotted about give this boutique hotel a charming ambience.
Flatflesa Private Island, Norway
Best for: Off the beaten track, Couples, Culture
Located on a private island just a one-hour boat trip from Ålesund, Flatflesa Lighthouse offers a wonderfully remote experience. The lighthouse has a total of 8 rooms across the main lighthouse and annex, making for the perfect family or group getaway.
Clarion Hotel Admiral
Best for: Adventure, Culture, Couples
Hotel Admiral, located right on the waterfront in Bergen, boasts views to the harbor and historic Bryggen. Styled with strong Scandinavian influences Admiral is cosy, charming and authentic and a hotel that will appeal to couples and families alike.
Alesund & West Coast Fjords, Norway
Best for: Adventure, Couples, Sailing & surfing
Brosundet is a seriously stylish boutique city hotel and a great base for exploring Ålesund. Located right on the water, this old warehouse has sloping floors and exposed beams that hark back to its life as a warehouse but with modern Scandinavian décor.
Kirkenes Snow Hotel
Best for: Adventure
Kirkenes is a remote town in the northernmost part of Norway. The Snowhotel is rebuilt every year and every room is individually modelled and decorated with snow and ice sculptures. Warm accommodation and a range of fun activities are also on offer.
Lyngen Fjord, Norway
Best for: Adventure, Culture, Off the beaten track
Lyngen Lodge is located inside Norway's Arctic Circle where you will experience a perfect combination of nature and luxury. From snow-shoeing to skiing, to watching the Northern Lights unravel above you, you are assured to see nature at its absolute best.
Norwegian Fjords, Alesund & West Coast Fjords, Norway
Best for: Culture, Wildlife
Walaker Hotel is a charming, family-run hotel dating back to 1630. The hotel is set on the water’s edge in Solvorn, in the middle of the vast Sognefjord. Comprised of three parts, two historic buildings and a new wing, the hotel has 22 rooms in total.
Norway Hotels by Location
Our handpicked collection of hotels in Norway come highly recommended by our specialists, based on their personal experiences of staying in them. Whatever is most important to you – be that location, facilities, character or something else entirely – we can help you choose the perfect hotel to suit you.
Norway Hotels by Grade
Our specialists have traveled extensively in Norway making sure to leave no stone unturned. We’ve curated a handpicked selection of hotels based on our first-hand experiences and awarded each one a Scott Dunn Hotel Grade, so that you can opt for anything from simple to limitless and everything in between.
Clean and comfortable hotels without extensive facilities
Good quality hotels with a reasonable range of facilities
Luxury boutique hotels with charm and character